Our Story

We started Hamilton & Weston Holdings in June of 2010 back in Texas. We wanted to develop something that was our own, that had our values and sense of diversity, exploration, possibilities, and fun. Plus, we thought it was pretty cool to combine our middle names to create a company name.

We started with a software development division called ExtremeBytes Software that developed IOS apps and provided application development contract services to other companies. The apps spent 9 years on the Apple App Store and ranked in the top 10 in 7 countries and top 100 in 59 countries for the utility category.

Our latest venture is called Woolsey Workshop. It’s a website that reflects our passion for technology and education. The site motto is Learning, Making, Teaching, because we are all learning and improving our skills everyday and we want to share what we learn with others. We are very excited about the attention that the site has been receiving. Companies, teachers and people interested in software and electronics have all been reaching out to us. We hope to eventually provide meaningful help at in person events as well as online.

We may no longer be in Texas, but we continue to develop new ideas and explore new possibilities and we’re doing it together. That’s the best part.

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Latest News

Introducing Winooski Designs

We are excited to announce the addition of Winooski Designs as a division of our company. Winooski Designs is a lifelong dream of its creator and co-owner of Hamilton & Weston Holdings, Amy Woolsey. It Read more…

Privacy Policy Updated

The company’s Privacy Policy was updated, effective December 4, 2020 to disclose our use of Google Analytics. This change enables us to utilize premium advertising across our website properties in order for us to continue Read more…

Privacy Policy And Terms And Conditions Updated

The company’s Privacy Policy and Terms And Conditions documents have been updated to reflect recent regulation changes, including the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) in effect as of January 1, 2020.

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